Workforce Training

Workforce Training

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New Hampshire’s Community Colleges are committed to working with businesses throughout the state to train and retain employees to develop a robust workforce across all sectors. Workforce Training Solutions programs at each of the community colleges, as well as the WorkReadyNH program, are core parts of this commitment.

Employees of 70 New Hampshire companies received training through the Workforce Training Solutions program in 2015. Many of these companies took advantage of the fact that New Hampshire’s Community Colleges are the preferred training provider for the NH Job Training Fund, a $1 million fund that offers employers 1:1 matching grants for employee training. Another 943 people were trained through the WorkReadyNH program in 2015.

New Hampshire businesses across a wide range of sectors are committed to employee training, making an investment in the future that pays off with increased productivity, cost savings and more jobs. A sampling of the programs developed for businesses include:

  • Supervisory/Leadership
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Medical Assisting CMA
  • Insurance Underwriter Certificate
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Geometric Dimensioning & Testing (ISO)
  • MS Office 2013 Applications
  • MS Project
  • Finance for Non-Financial Managers
  • CNC Production Tech Bootcamp
  • Cultural Competency
  • English as a Second Language
  • Manufacturing Orientation Bootcamp
  • Tube Fabrication & Forming Certificate
  • SolidWorks
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Six Sigma
  • Sales Training
  • Soldering Skills (All J Standards)
  • OSHA 10 & OSHA 30
  • Technical Writing
  • Public Speaking
  • Critical Thinking
  • Tool & Die Apprenticeship

New Hampshire’s Community Colleges work with employers to design and implement skill-specific employee training programs on a wide range of subject matters taught by experts. We work with some of the smallest and some of the largest employers in the state, including Sig Sauer, General Electric, NH Ball Bearings, Sturm Ruger, Titeflex Aerospace, Associated Grocers, Granite State Manufacturing, Lonza Biologics and the Portsmouth Navy Shipyard.

We set up training on site or at one of our seven conveniently located campuses around the state. Our colleges have invested approximately $20 million in state of the art labs and workshops that can accommodate classes of all sizes.

Our flexible programs range from half-day programs to multiple sessions depending on the scope of training and availability of your employees. We have developed programs for as few as six employees and as many as 1,000.

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